Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Bethel Woods Center For The Arts on 2006-07-09
- Live concert
- Phil Lesh and Friends
PHIL LESH AND FRIENDS
Bethel Woods Center For The Arts
July 9, 2006
1) Tuning & Noodling
2) Shakedown Street>
3) Cumberland Blues
4) This Wheel's On Fire
6) I Know You Rider
SET 2 with Trey Anastasio, no Greg Osby:
1) Uncle John's Band>
3) St. Stephen>
4) Mama Tried>
1) Dark Star>
2) High Time
3) *Turn On Your Lovelight
4) E: Donor Rap/Intro
5) *He's Gone>
6) *Touch of Grey>
7) *Box of Rain
*with Greg Osby
Phil Lesh (bass, vocals)
Greg Osby (sax)
Joan Osborne (lead vocals)
John Molo (drums)
Rob Barraco (keys)
Barry Sless (pedal steel)
Larry Campbell (guitar, fiddle, mandolin)
Mixed and mastered by Wiz
CD covers can be found at www.phillesh.net
Big thanks to all the mirror sites!
THIS SOUNDBOARD IS **FREE** THANKS TO PHIL & FRIENDS (WWW.PHILLESH.NET)
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|Tuning & Noodling|
|This Wheel's On Fire|
|I Know You Rider|
|Uncle John's Band>|
|Turn On Your Lovelight|
|E: Donor Rap/Intro|
|Touch of Grey>|
|Box of Rain|
- 2006-07-19 03:03:38
- THIS SOUNDBOARD IS **FREE** THANKS TO PHIL & FRIENDS (WWW.PHILLESH.NET)
- Bethel, NY
- Digital Soundboard
- Taped by
- Mixed and mastered by Wiz
Subject: nice to listen to 10 years later
i miss joan with phil
great selection of songs
it was a grate night to be back at bethel
That UJB jam is razor-sharp, St. Stephen is nothing short of phenomenal, and Dark Star takes us through a beautiful series of passages.
If this is a Woodstock / Soldier Field tribute of sorts, Phil's band at this time was easily better than the GD at either of those two shows. Trey and Joan bring it.
Subject: I was there
Subject: Smoking hot
Subject: One word: Tremendous!
I downloaded a copy of this a few years ago and enjoyed the heck out of it, but I misplaced it. Now I'm replacing it and enjoying the music all over again.
Thank you Mr. Lesh for the gift of this wonderful recording and for almost half a century of outstanding music.
Subject: Woodstock Revisited
by the Grateful Dead on 8/16/69.
09) St. Stephen >
10) Mama Tried >
11) Dark Star >
12) High Time
13) Turn On Your Lovelight
It is a spirited effort at the remake of the '69 magic. The performance is more "jammy" than psychedelic but from the opening notes of
St Stephen you'll her some great musicianship.
Go back and listed to the original Woodstock bootlegs and imagine yourself up on that state with bolts of lighning all around you and no grounding! WHOOSH.
Subject: To ITOFT and direwolf
this show is awesome.
Subject: this show
A live performance is not a carbon copy of a CD or album. There's this new thing... Improvisation. If nothing else, Phil cut his teeth on the practice with the Dead. Besides, it's the coolest thing about a live performance, to hear the guys in the band get a chance to stretch out, expand and re-develop the nuances and parameters of a song. You want "note for note" with a jam band? Stay home and listen to studio recordings.
Speaking of cliche's, this whole "Let's tell the band what to do" thing has become tiresomely just that.
Great show, Phil. Nice recording. Keep up the great work!
Subject: Reviewing 'Touch of Grey' ONLY
The rest of the show was good. But the two stars are for Touch only. One for song selection, and one for cool people on stage, and zero for memorability.
Subject: Thank the Gods for Phil....
This was a beautiful, loud, clear show.....
Now- not only was the second set opened by the same songs that the Dead did at Woodstock- but the end of the show was closed by - "Touch of Grey" and "Box of Rain"- which were the first and last songs of the Soldier Field show in 1995 (the last show Jerry played)- How incredibly sweet of a man does Phil have to be to remember Jerry this way... God there was some electricity in the air this night- so many parallels and so much meaning for me....
I was emotionally and physically spent as I drove home from this show last summer....
Subject: This is why I have been touring for 24 years....
Subject: thanks so much phil
Subject: St. Phil
Dream: 5 shows in a row at Red Rocks with Joan, Trey and whoever else has the balls to show up (Bobby) on cool Colorado October Holoween...
Subject: Thank you Phil and Friends!
Phil: Your in my prayers. Thank God you caught the P-C with early detection. You definatly have an angel looking out for you. (I wonder who? :)
Subject: A must download for every deadhead!!!!!!
this show is top notch performance and awesome sound quality
if you haven't seen phil +friends please do so
you will not be dissappointed!!!!!!
This is just wonderful.
Subject: Uncle John's Band
Subject: Great SHOW, But STOP Being cheap!
Subject: great run
thanks phil <3
Subject: Thats the good shiat
Subject: To Bzl
I was blessed to be able to take my 17 year old son to this show, third row center. Phil is certainly the puppet master, directing the show, but he has earned the right to call the shots.
And what a show. Trey was smoking in the opening act, Barry Sless (Kingfish!) for the first set, Trey for the second, a great song selection. St. Stephen was excellent. The entire original Woodstock set played in order...Trey and Greg playing in "Lovelight"...and it was all hot...
Cap it off with a significant encore.
Anyone who wasn't there can be critical, but anyone who was knows this was P&F at just about at their best. There are perhaps better shows (Boston, Red Rocks, etc) but this was up there.
Thanks for the soundboard, Phil!
Subject: Very hot show, but...
Sound is really great, but the pay-per's sound fuller, not compressed like this does.
Subject: please take it out west
Subject: The Bomb
Phil stands alone -he is the master.
Oh, and Little Nemo, you're an idiot -"skew the star rating"? dude, get a job...
Subject: Quality Stuff
BTW: enjoyed the book..rekindled the flame ;)
Subject: thank you
for a real good time.
this is a parenthetical wrap on an incredible run -- 37 years since the muddy fiasco.
and still loving it.
what else can we say?
these are the good ole days
oh yeah, as a fan of trey's playing, i really enjoy the intro to uncle john's. larry's on a sweet mando, and trey gets to run.
this sound is ridiculously good.
(i hate reading reviews and seeing all these people say thanks for the sbds!! but here i am doing it myself)
to review the show...well its all great. I think St. Stephen is on fire especially the solo.
the three encores are all amazing. Even considering the GD years its one of the best Box of Rains ive ever heard.
My opinon, touch of grey should be saved for bobby and phil. but hey its still sounds pretty damn hot.
turn down the lights, light one up, and hear the beauty of this show. I did and i swear, when i closed my eyes i thought i'd open my eyes and see them playing in frotn of me and see jerry above the stage smiling down.
Subject: Phil It Up!
But now this gig is another story. With Phil as the anchor, Trey soars and when they jam....man, do they go somewhere.
Subject: A Big Musical WOW..........
This show I did not make, but my friend Wayne made it and told me what a remarkable show I missed. I can't wait until the next tour already!!!!
This show has all the foot-stomping-in-the-dirt rythym and energy I love to enjoy at shows when the Grateful DEAD played and thank GOD Phil continues to deliver and share his gift to us.. Every show I go to I STILL get a tear in my eye when I look around to still see our community of dead heads living and loving what Phil delivers. Because I fear very much when the sun sets on this experience someday. So thank you Phil and all who work with you for what you do for us.
Set 1's Cumberland, Candyman and Rider were right on and powerful, what a treat.
An explosive St Stephen worthy of max volume playback. Put this one through your own Wall Of Sound!!!
From Dark Star on through the end of the show awesome set and great sound. I could always do without Touch of, but I understand the set. Capped off with a beautiful Box of Rain.. Did I catch a brief Pink Floyd tribute snuck in there at the end of Rain, or was that the venue's sound system??.....Enjoy.....
Subject: Oh My God!!!
Subject: What a Night
Subject: Moonshine Daydreamin'
Subject: Woodstock Set !!!
Subject: Flawed track d3t07 - Box of Rain
Subject: shame on y'all
Subject: great show
Subject: review to just help out other poster. not a review
please see this FAQ: http://www.archive.org/about/faq.php?faq_id=178 especially this part: "Update 5/2006: Please note that due to a major system transition, many items' ZIP files (for their "Lossless" links) have been deliberately disabled for the time being. Engineers are still working on the best method for the new system."
if you want to download just the lossless files, either right click and 'save target as' on each file, or use FTP or 'downTHEMall!' firefox extension. i'd recommend the dTa extension. works like a dream.
Subject: Show is FANTASTIC...
As far as downloading the Lossless(FLAC) files, I use FireFox and there is a great extension called 'Down Them All!', which is essentially a download manager & it works great! So easy to use too... You just click on the icon, and a list pops up with every downloadable file on the page listed - including the Lossless files! You check which ones you want to download & where, and it does the rest - incredibly fast too. If you use FireFox, I can't recommend it enough. If not... Sorry.
Subject: Thanks Phil
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